Every student has the opportunity to visit the Media Center daily. Each class has a scheduled visit in the Related Arts rotation. Additional opportunities for visits are available through out the day. Students may come to the Media Center individually to return and select books, take Accelerated Reader quizzes, or research topics of interest or assignment. The Media Center policies and expectations are listed below. For any additional information, please email Mrs. Gray.
Check Out Policies
- Kindergarten – one book per visit
- First Grade – 2 books
- Grades 2, 3, 4 – These classes “book shop” and check out three -five books per visit
- Parents may borrow books
- Overdue fines are not charged – responsibility is encouraged
- Printed notices are given for chronically overdue materials
- Students must pay for lost or damaged materials so they can be replaced
To provide students with maximum opportunities to learn through direct access to library resources and through effective collaboration with others in the building.
Role of the Library Media Program
The library media specialist collaborates with staff members in all areas of the curriculum and assists students in developing the skills necessary for independent life-long learning.
Goals of the Library Media Center
The library media center staff provides direct assistance to individuals and groups and provides a wide variety of print and non-print resources. We strive daily to attain the following goals:
- encourage students and staff to develop the abilities to access, evaluate, and use information from a variety of sources;
- ensure that students are effective, self-reliant, and critical users of ideas and information;
- provide learning experiences that encourage independent thinking;
- promote literacy and the enjoyment of reading, viewing, and listening for students of all ages and learning styles.